N.A.S.A. should form a group with the goal of terraforming that planet. Russia, Japan, the U.K.and U.S.A.-ought to build a moon construction test base that would experiment with advanced low gravity engineering for habitation and industry. Sections for government and private projects would be built up.
Venus takes a full year to rotate so half the planet doesn’t cool off every 12 hours, more or less like Earth. It’s also closer to the sun than Earth and has more volcanism. Cooling it down will require a lot of research. Probably making a permanent orbiting space station around Venus with a design that could be mass-produced and provide orbiting shelters through the solar system eventually would stimulate exploration.
One imagines spheres are good forms for basic-space stations. They could become as plankton tests that fall to the ocean floor.
Coccosphere of Emiliania huxleyi consisting of overlapping placoliths
Alison R. Taylor (University of North Carolina Wilmington Microscopy Facility) - PLoS Biology, June 2011, Cover (), CC BY 2.5, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=15662212